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  1. A Lesson Worth Repeating: Reflections on the Occasion of May 28
  2. Dastardly Denny and Improving the System
  3. The Accidental Historian: Balint Kovacs and the Transylvanian Armenian Diaspora
  4. On Justice, Syria, and Women’s Rights: An Interview with Catholicos Aram I
  5. Paylan Calls on Diaspora, ARF to Bring Struggle to Turkey
  6. European Parliament Turkey Report Highlights Human Rights Concerns, Genocide Resolution
  7. Armenian Youth Performs with Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra
  8. MA Rabbis Call on Turkey, U.S., and Israel to Recognize Genocide
  9. Hachikian: What?s Next?
  10. Balakian Reads with Kurdish Poet in Diyarbakir
  11. Armine M. Saryan (1921-2015)
  12. Armenian Observers in Turkey’s Parliamentary Election
  13. SCSU President Mary Papazian Addresses UN Association on Genocide Centennial
  14. Connecting with Western Armenia a Century Later
  15. Transportation Modes in Armenia
  16. Three Armenians Elected to Turkey’s Parliament
  17. Voters Hit the Polls in Pivotal Parliamentary Election in Turkey
  18. ‘We’re Still Here’: Protesters Enter Day 31 of Camp Armen Occupation
  19. Centennial Commemoration Held at Ramapo College
  20. AGBU ‘Sayat Nova International Composition Competition’ Holds Gala Concert in NY
  21. Bohjalian: Murder Cannot Be Hid Long. The Truth Will Out.
  22. AYF-YOARF Junior Seminar 2015: ?Look Forward, Move Forward’
  23. Azerbaijan’s Isolation in Troubled Waters and Implications for Artsakh
  24. Federal Senate of Brazil Recognizes Armenian Genocide
  25. Boston Armenian Community Celebrates May 28 with Aram I
  26. ‘Ready to Fight for Armenia’: A Remembrance of Maral Melkonian Avetisyan
  27. Aid to Armenia and Artsakh among Issues for Key House Panel This Week
  28. Belgian CDH Party Expells Deputy Denying Armenian Genocide
  29. ARF Delegation Meets with Socialist EDEK Party in Cyprus, Discusses Syria
  30. An Art Sale that Beats Any Gallery
  31. ARF Eastern Region Central Committee Meets with Aram I
  32. Draft Resolution on Armenian Genocide Introduced in Brazilian Senate
  33. Sahagian: The Next 100 Years
  34. New Book: ‘The Ash Tree’
  35. Providence ARF Celebrates Liberation of Shushi, Remembers Khanasor Expedition
  36. Sassounian: NY Times Ad Depicts Obama as ‘Liar’
  37. Berj Najarian to Speak at St. James
  38. Metro Detroit Community Remembers Genocide Victims
  39. Determined Triumph
  40. Power vs. Progress: The HDP’s ‘Threat’ of Democracy
  41. ‘Sacred Space’ Exhibit at SCSU Memorializes Genocide Victims
  42. Book Review: ‘Operation Nemesis: The Assassination Plot That Avenged the Armenian Genocide’
  43. Camp Armen to Be Returned to Armenians?
  44. Last Day of School No Vacation
  45. Istanbul Protesters Demand Camp Armen Return
  46. Choosing ‘Co-Resistance’ Rather than ‘Turkish-Armenian Dialogue’
  47. VP Joe Biden Keeps Low Profile in DC
  48. All Eyes on Turkey: Parliamentary Elections on June 7
  49. Berjouhi Kailian (1914-2014)
  50. ANCA Action Alert: Stop Demolition of Camp Armen
  51. Aram I Visits East Coast Armenian Communities
  52. ASA Journalism Internship Program Set for 2015
  53. Armenia Advances to Eurovision 2015 Final (Video)
  54. Activists, Rights Groups in Turkey Continue to Block Camp Armen Demolition
  55. Komitas: A Genocide Survivor or Victim?
  56. Seferian: More than One April 24, 2015, in Istanbul
  57. Bogosian to Discuss ‘Operation Nemesis’ in Talk in Lexington
  58. ‘Music for Armenia’: Musical Evening Held at London’s Royal Festival Hall
  59. Theriault: 2015 and Beyond
  60. Boston Pops Violinist Sprouts His Wings
  61. Colorado Governor Unveils First State Capitol Khachkar on Genocide Centennial
  62. Barsoumian Delivers Speech in Ankara on April 25 (Full Text)
  63. Byurat: My Grandfather’s Legacy
  64. Barsamian: A Century Is a Long Time. It Is and It Isn’t.
  65. Rustamyan: We Must Ensure Safety of Syrian Armenians
  66. ‘Master Thieves’: Kurkjian’s Theory behind the Mystery of the World’s Biggest Art Heist
  67. Panel at Tufts to Commemorate Centennial of Armenian Genocide on May 13
  68. Three Apples: The Architect in a Box
  69. Boston Armenians to Celebrate Independence Day of First Republic of Armenia
  70. Uncle Garabed’s Notebook (May 9, 2015)
  71. 29 Heroes Recognized for Contributions to the Armenian Community at Centennial Banquet in DC
  72. Socialist Youth World Council Adopts Resolution Calling for Armenian Genocide Recognition, Reparations
  73. Artsakh Celebrates 23rd Anniversary of Shushi Liberation
  74. AYF Hosts Socialist Youth World Council in Yerevan
  75. Armenian President Visits U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  76. Nalbandian, Afeyan Hold Press Conference on Genocide Centennial
  77. From Survival to Revival: Boston Youth Hold Centennial Vigil
  78. Ode to a Forgotten Genocide Survivor
  79. ARF Delegation Meets with President Sarkisian in DC
  80. Why Is Armenian Genocide Recognition an Urgent Cause for the Free World Today?
  81. Revised Edition of Edgarian’s Bestselling»‘Rise the Euphrates’»Published to Mark Centennial
  82. ARS Urgent Appeal: Aleppo Armenian Community in Crisis
  83. Yegparian: Arizona Centennial
  84. Writer Eric Bogosian Discusses New Book at AGBU Central Office
  85. Sarajian: #TurkeyFailed, but Our Work Has Just Begun
  86. Holy Trinity Church Offers Moving Centennial Commemorative Concert
  87. Providence ‘Kristapor’ ARF Holds Centennial Memorial Dinner
  88. Centennial Commemoration at Ramapo College to Discuss Turkey’s Denial Industry
  89. Thousands Gather in Chicago to Commemorate Genocide Centennial
  90. AYF ER Educates New York Public on Centennial
  91. Armenian Genocide Centennial Commemorated in Bangkok
  92. Armenian Genocide Commemorated in Diyarbakir
  93. Thousands Commemorate Genocide Centennial in Boston
  94. Oshagan: No Rest Until Justice
  95. Runners Go the Marathon Distance for Genocide
  96. Little Known Genocide History to Be Exhibited at Washington Centennial
  97. Aleppo’s Armenian Church of Forty Martyrs Destroyed
  98. Maine Genocide Commemoration to Feature ‘The Great Fire’
  99. Haverhill Observes Genocide Centennial with Added Gusto
  100. From Haydarpasha to Ayash on April 24… 2015
  101. Commemorations in Istanbul Demand Truth, Justice for Genocide
  102. Canada Designates April Genocide Condemnation, Prevention Month
  103. Armenian Youth Stage Peaceful Protest against Denialists Fein, Gunter
  104. Uncle Garabed’s Notebook (April 25, 2015)
  105. Panel at MIT to Address Role of Diaspora in Armenia’s Economy
  106. Reconciliation: An Ill-Conceived Notion
  107. Youth Lead Massive March to Dzidzernagapert
  108. Kaligian: Denial, Reparations, and Armenia’s Security
  109. AGCCA Issues Statement on Obama’s April 24 Address
  110. First Annual ‘Walk to End Genocide’ to Take Place in DC on April 26
  111. ARS Issues Statement on Armenian Genocide Centennial
  112. Obama Statement Misguided Attempt to Appease Ankara
  113. Germany Bears Responsibility for Armenian Genocide, Says President
  114. Yegparian: Harnessing the Hundredth
  115. 1915 Genocide Centennial Coin
  116. Scores Converge in Armenia for Centennial Commemoration
  117. Obama Not to Recognize Armenian Genocide
  118. Dr. Jacob S. Nakshian, Jr.: An Appreciation
  119. A Letter to Turkey from an Armenian Youth
  120. Centennial Commemoration Program in Rochester
  121. PEN World Voices Festival to Commemorate Writers Killed in Genocide
  122. Zaven Tachdjian Donates Time and Talent to New St. Nersess Campus
  123. Turkey Rights Groups Demand Apology, Compensation, and Restitution for Genocide
  124. Armenians in Muay Thai
  125. Providence ARF Centennial Memorial Dinner to Take Place on April 24
  126. Writing ‘In the Shadow of the Sultan’
  127. GSI Publishes New Issue Dedicated to Centenary of Armenian, Assyrian, Greek Genocides
  128. Boston to Commemorate Genocide Centennial with Series of Public Observances
  129. Yegparian: The Kardashian Factor
  130. Philadelphia Genocide Centennial Events Leave No Stone Unturned
  131. Turkish PM’s Armenian Advisor Steps Down following ‘Genocide’ Remarks
  132. European Parliament Genocide Vote Shines Spotlight on Obama
  133. Dr. Ara Caprielian (1943-2015)
  134. European Parliament Adopts Bill on Genocide Centennial, Calls on Turkey to Reconcile with Past
  135. App Released to Inform Public about Centennial Events in Boston
  136. ‘ARMENIA 100’: Judith Lynn Stillman’s World Premiere to Commemorate Genocide Centenary
  137. Armenian Genocide Centennial Peace March to Be Held in Texas
  138. The Last Survivor in the First Community
  139. ANCA: Pope Statement Sets Stage for Obama Recognition of Genocide
  140. WSU Theatre to Perform ‘Beast on the Moon’ to Honor Armenian Genocide
  141. ANCA Statement on Pope Reaffirmation of Armenian Genocide
  142. Turkey Summons Vatican Envoy after Pope Says ‘Genocide’
  143. Pope Holds Centennial Mass, Condemns Genocide Denial (Video)
  144. Armenia Avenue Doesn’t Live Up to Its Billing
  145. Centennial Committee of Central Virginia to Commemorate Genocide
  146. UNL Hosts Centennial Conference
  147. Kardashians Meet with Armenian Prime Minister
  148. Screening of ?Orphans of the Genocide? film in Wisconsin Draws Capacity Crowd
  149. Worldwide Reading Commemorating Genocide Centenary to Take Place at MIT
  150. Rhode Island Community Stunned by Accidental Death of 9-Year-Old
  151. Sassounian: Armenians Should Build ‘Wall of Shame’ for Those Going to Gallipoli on April 24
  152. SOAR Holds 10th Anniversary Gala »
  153. Book Review: ?Orhan’s Inheritance?
  154. ‘Renewal and Remembrance’: A Centennial Concert in Philadelphia
  155. Armenian Night at the Pops to Feature Violinist Sammy Andonian
  156. Discovering Zabelle
  157. Sayat Nova Dancers Gear Up for 30th Anniversary
  158. ATP Planning Series of Programs as Part of Global Earth Day Movement
  159. ‘Oh Mother, Sweet and Tender, Where Art Thou?’
  160. U.S. Representatives Press Obama to Recognize Armenian Genocide
  161. Paul Ignatius to Speak at Centennial Banquet in DC
  162. Armenian Genocide Novel Chosen as Amazon’s Best Book of April
  163. Groundbreaking Conference at Columbia Highlights ‘Monuments and Memory,’ Ancient City of Ani
  164. Yegparian: 10 Reasons Why Obama Should NOT Travel to Armenia on April 24
  165. Armenian Genocide Commemoration to Take Place in Diyarbakir
  166. Tankian, Dolmayan Hold Press Conference on Genocide Centennial
  167. A Century through a Boy’s Eyes
  168. ?Gamavor Story? Comes to St. Gregory Armenian Church in Philadelphia
  169. ARS Addresses Migrant Needs in Armenia
  170. Searching for Yeghia, Genocide Survivor
  171. Agos Editor Sarkis Seropyan Passes Away
  172. Sassounian: Armenian Vendors Sue Americana for Violating Their Civil Rights
  173. Erdogan: Armenians ?Fixed? Genocide Events to Coincide with Gallipoli Ceremonies
  174. AMA to Present Two New Exhibitions
  175. Welcome to Haiastan!
  176. Paris Conference on Genocide Draws Experts from Around the World
  177. UN Human Rights Council Adopts Resolution on Prevention of Genocide
  178. 2015 ARS Youth Connect Program a Success
  179. …And the Struggle for Justice Continues
  180. ANCA Presses for Increased Artsakh Aid
  181. ARS ‘Maro’ Chapter Hosts Town Hall on Human Trafficking
  182. Balakian Discusses Genocide, Cultural Destruction at Holocaust Museum Houston
  183. Soccer: Armenia Heads to Albania for Pivotal Euro 2016 Qualifier
  184. ARS Centennial Events in NY Feature Historic Exhibition
  185. New Book: Karnig Panian’s ‘Goodbye Antoura’
  186. Armenia Recognizes Assyrian and Greek Genocides
  187. Author Karanian to Present ‘Historic Armenia’ at the Embassy in DC
  188. Transforming Sorrow
  189. Sara Vosgarichian Dedicated Her Life to the ARS
  190. Yegparian: What’s the Point?
  191. Historic Ecumenical Service to Be Held May 7 at Washington National Cathedral
  192. Mouradian Speaks at First Genocide Commemoration in Aintab (Full Text)
  193. Poem: Requiem
  194. ‘Martyred Writers’ Anthology Brings Western Armenian Literature from 1915 to 2015
  195. Shifting the Armenian National Narrative on Women
  196. ‘One Nation, One Culture’ Event Held in NJ for Centennial
  197. Three Artsakh Servicemen Killed, Four Injured
  198. ‘1915’ Movie Trailer Released, Opening Dates Announced (Video)
  199. Armenian Protesters Trap Turkish Ambassador in Beirut Theater
  200. Over 40 House Members Introduce ‘Truth and Justice’ Resolution, Call for Genocide Recognition
  201. Panel at Harvard on ‘Armenia 1915-Auschwitz 1945’
  202. Sassounian: New York Turned into an Armenian City for a Few Days Last Week
  203. Members of Congress to Unveil Genocide Resolution on Wednesday
  204. ‘Responsibility 2015’ a Resounding Success
  205. Sarkisian Approves Concept Paper on Constitutional Amendments
  206. Mouradian’s ‘My Mother’s Voice’ Adapted to Film
  207. ARS Commemorates Genocide Centennial in NY
  208. Genocide Memorial to Open in Stepanakert
  209. Nazo Bravo Releases Web Series Documenting Trip to Armenia
  210. Armenia Releases Eurovision 2015 Entry ‘Don’t Deny’ (Video)
  211. ARF, Sarkisian Discuss Constitutional Reforms
  212. European Parliament Urges EU Member States to Recognize Genocide
  213. Mouradian: ‘Only That, Which I Gave to Others’
  214. 100 LIVES Initiative Launched in New York
  215. Genocide Centennial in D.C.: Events Proceeding at Top Speed
  216. The Armenians of Bangkok
  217. Describing the Indescribable: 1915
  218. Acclaimed Journalists Marchand and Perrier to Speak at NAASR
  219. NKR Police Face Dismissal for Berdzor Attack
  220. Artsakh: Overnight Raids Aim to Thwart Azeri Attacks
  221. Letter: A Blizzard in Perspective
  222. Experts, Celebrities to Speak at ‘Responsibility 2015’ Luncheon and Reception
  223. Azerbaijan: More Isolated than Ever
  224. Sleeping with Our Enemy: Russia Sells Weapons to Azerbaijan
  225. Dersim Leaders Embrace Armenian Roots, Plan Armenia Trip
  226. Erdogan Fined for Insulting Turkey-Armenia Peace Monument
  227. Sassounian: Let’s Kick Genocide Denialist Bill Shuster Out of Congress
  228. Prelacy’s NE Conference Rallies Around Genocide Centennial
  229. French-Armenian Activist Showers Turkish Ambassador in Red Juice (Video)
  230. EPP Recognizes Armenian Genocide, Calls on Turkey to Face History
  231. Armenian Youth Stage ‘Die-in’ on ‘Zero Discrimination Day’
  232. NAASR to Present Program Honoring Near East Relief at Heritage Museum
  233. Hovsepian, Messenger to Perform in Belmont
  234. Artsakh Remembers Sumgait Pogroms, 1,200 ARF Members Join Commemoration
  235. Activists Turn Their Backs to Denialist Speakers at UofT
  236. Hayastan All-Armenian Fund to Construct Community Center in Mushkapat
  237. Illinois Holocaust Museum Hosts Symposium for Centennial
  238. South Dakota House Recognizes Armenian Genocide
  239. Congresswoman Chu Commemorates Anti-Armenian Massacres
  240. Pogharian’s High School Science Fair Project Leads to Medical Possibilities
  241. Around 1,000 ARF Members to Visit Artsakh on Feb. 27
  242. ‘Chhange’ to Commemorate 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide
  243. Contemporary Genocide Play to Debut in NYC in April
  244. Turkey’s Tactics of ‘Oriental Slyness’
  245. Police Hang Turkish Flags on Starbucks Storefronts in Adana
  246. Babaian-Khachikian to Present on Cultural Heritage of the Armenians in Isfahan
  247. Banners Celebrating Genocide Displayed in Turkey
  248. Poem: I Am Cricket . . .
  249. Aboard the Armenian Heritage Cruise
  250. Turkey Denies Report on Cancellation of Gallipoli Commemoration Events